Benita Mehra quit after being linked to the charitable arm of a firm which supplied the block's cladding.
China's president tells a high-level meeting that the country faces a "grave situation".
Lawyers start their defence of the US president at the impeachment trial in the Senate.
It comes after the original batch of coins had to be melted down when the Brexit deadline was extended.
Billy Cooper, the Barmy Army's trumpet player, will retire after England's current tour of South Africa.
Officials say the man dressed the skeleton in a camouflage hat to try to disguise it as a passenger.
The campsite's owner says she is "relieved it's over and done with" after almost two years.
Council-owned land which is rented to new and young farmers is being sold off, figures show.
Matlock Town's Jordan Sinnott suffered life-threatening head injuries in an attack in Retford.
The star says she has been "plagued" by injuries since the start of her tour and has been told to rest.
Search efforts continue for people trapped under collapsed buildings as the death toll rises to 29.
The naturalist speaks at a newly-formed citizens' assembly examining how the UK cuts emissions.
Many newspapers lead on plans to rescue Britons trapped by the coronavirus, whilst others report fury over HS2 costs.
Kaylee Garrick has trained her pets to pose together - and their fame has spread across the globe.
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "framed".
The three were part of a quiet resistance against the Nazis in Second World War Berlin.
Hannah shares her life on social media to encourage self-confidence.
The episode is being screened at a special reunion event to celebrate The Goodies 50th anniversary.
A few of the stories you may have missed this week.
For Montana Brown, life changed the moment she became a reality TV star. But then the threats and abuse began.
A 17-year-old girl had £15,000 worth of cosmetic procedures without ever having to prove her age.
Dedicated benches can be a place of solace, but may only be temporary and costs can be prohibitive.
The key facts for Sunday's show - from BTS and Lil Nas X to the controversy over vote-rigging.
The makers of "the world's first grime ballet" want to encourage black people into the discipline.
Lesotho's prime minister and his wife are caught up in an investigation into the death of his former partner.
Top artist Mark Wallinger has become a school's artist-in-residence to fight for more creativity.
Tigers recovering from a nightmare journey could have ended up as Asian ‘medicine’
Learning about nature in Wales sparked an interest which led to a woman's career in forensic ecology.
Inevitably, it will have economic consequences. But how severe and how far will they spread?
Mark Wood stars with bat and ball to give England complete control of the fourth Test against South Africa on a superbly entertaining second day in Johannesburg.
Watch all the best bits from the FA Cup fourth round including long-range goals, a mascot race and some horrible misses.
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho criticises the timing of Inter Milan's bid for midfielder Christian Eriksen.
Seventh seed Petra Kvitova comes from a set down to defeat Greek Maria Sakkari 6-7 (4-7) 6-3 6-2 and reach the Australian Open quarter-finals.
Britain's Tyson Fury says he respects Deontay Wilder's knockout record, but insists no boxer can match his own "heart and determination".
Slaven Bilic enjoys a winning return to London Stadium as a dismal West Ham performance sees them crash out of the FA Cup at the hands of his West Brom side.
Making the leap from studying to your first full-time job can be tough for lots of people.
Pictures from the life of The Monty Python star Terry Jones, who has died at the age of 77.
Four maps on how immigration has changed Britain.
People with eating disorders may use veganism as a "socially acceptable" restrictive diet, a charity warns.
The "disconcertingly warm" slice of processed cheese was found by a "stunned" Liverpool librarian.
Services were disrupted for 27 days last month in a dispute over the future role of guards.
The ex-foreign secretary is one of a number of MPs vying to chair parliamentary select committees.
Experts use 3D printing and speech technology to replicate the voice of Egyptian priest Nesyamun.
Crowded carriages and lack of help for disabled people would make some rail users press the button.
The government reveals South Western Railway's franchise is "not sustainable in the long term".
The Duchess of Cambridge meets children in Birmingham to mark the launch of her "five big questions".
The devices cut into tissue and nerves, leaving some unable to walk, work or care for their children.
Surrey Fire and Rescue refutes union claims of stress-related illness and insufficient training.
Showcasing the best images sent to us from around England.
The air ambulance service for Kent, Surrey and Sussex is celebrating its 30th birthday.
Alison Bunce says her commute from Surrey to London is now a five-hour round trip.
Dover keep up their pursuit of the National League play-off places with a 2-0 victory against Aldershot.
Solihull Moors miss the chance to move into the National League play-off places as they drew at Sutton United.
Woking move to within touching distance of the National League play-off places with victory over Yeovil.
AFC Wimbledon move five points clear of the League One relegation zone with Joe Pigott winner at Kingsmeadow.
Wes McDonald scores a sensational late winner as Walsall come from behind to beat Crawley 2-1 in League Two.
What is chippy sauce and why has this chip shop tradition never spread beyond Scotland's east coast?
Sky Brown has set her sights on competing in the Tokyo Olympics in 2020, where she'd be Britain's youngest ever summer Olympian.
The social media platform told Lex Gillies it doesn't allow "undesirable" body states.
A 96-year-old retired tailor is making waistcoats for Burns Night in his care home.
The celebrated artist has put together a new exhibition of some of his earliest works.
Concerns are growing that the recently-detected coronavirus may spread. Dr Rosalind Eggo explains how that can happen.
Knife crime is driven by glorifying gang culture the former head of the Commission for Racial Equality says.
British passenger describes the journey from the virus-hit Chinese city of Wuhan after the spread of coronavirus.
Lucy Herd successfully campaigned for parents to get paid bereavement leave after her son Jack died.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's husband has met with the prime minister this morning regarding his detained wife.
Sexual abuse survivors tell of their grooming at the hands of Bishop Peter Ball.
Sir Michael Palin pays tribute to his Monty Python co-star Terry Jones, who has died aged 77.
A ScotRail conductor captured footage of the stag trotting across the iconic bridge in the Scottish Highlands.
Director Armando Iannucci hopes that casting Dev Patel as David Copperfield will change minds.
Boris Johnson is asked about a £300 bonus to Greggs workers, as some on universal credit may not receive the full payment.
Nerina Ramlakhan explains the four signs of burnout that people can exhibit, due to stress at work.
Joe Ousalice is "over the moon" after the medal was cut from his uniform because of his sexuality.
It took rescuers two hours to free the pair after the mammals became stuck in muddy waters.
Richard Hoskins says he was not properly assessed, and his transition was a reaction to having lost three children.
As Meghan and Harry start their new lives in Canada, do people think race is an issue in the way she is treated?
"It's important to combine peak performance with moments of rest," says Lloyds Bank chief executive.
BBC royal correspondent Jonny Dymond on what he learned from the duke's speech about stepping back.
The Duke of Sussex says stepping back from the Royal Family was the only option for "a more peaceful life".
The BBC has brought together two men in their nineties who came to Britain from Jamaica in 1948 on the Empire Windrush.
Beryl Casey has been rescuing hedgehogs for 25 years and wants someone to carry on as she gets older.
Footballer Emiliano Sala messaged a friend saying he felt forced out by his French club days before he died.
He has donned the persona of a straw bear for decades for one of England's "quirkiest" festivals.
Lord Hall's successor will need "phenomenal skills" to lead in changing times, the BBC's Amol Rajan says.
The Post Office's response comes after ex-workers call for convictions to be overturned.
Meghan Markle's father reacts to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex deciding to step down as senior royals.
How make-up helped beauty influencer Georgie Aldous get through the bad days.
Belfast artist Jordan Adetunji gives an insight into the increasingly popular Irish hip-hop scene.
Rex Martey suffers from prostate cancer and has written a song dedicated to one of his nurses.
Harry and Meghan giving up their HRH titles like this is unprecedented, our royal correspondent says.
As more cities declare climate emergencies, we look at how Glasgow aims to cancel out its carbon footprint.
The Scottish siblings are the first three brothers to row any ocean and the fastest trio to row the Atlantic.
Robbers broke glass display cases with a sledgehammer in the robbery which was captured on CCTV.
The Lewis actor clashes with an audience member over whether press coverage was racist.
Alena is a #tradwife and she's not alone
Presenter Evan Davis said it was the worst mistake since he joined Radio 4's PM programme.
Labour leadership candidate Sir Keir Starmer explains why he's the right person for the job.
From inside the Old Bailey, Clive Coleman explains what we can expect once cameras are allowed in.
Children in Scotland may be banned from heading the ball because of a suspected link between football and dementia.
Women who report violent sexual assaults at university say the perpetrators are getting away with it.
Relatives of a Sri Lankan archaeologist return a Buddha relic to a sacred temple 100 years later.
Speaking to the BBC, Labour leadership hopeful Keir Starmer says the party has lost votes in its heartlands.
The footage shot in 1998 was to create a holographic artwork on David Bowie's album Hours.
BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg speaks to Labour members about what the party needs to do to recover.
‘You, Me and the Big C’ presenter Deborah James tells 5 Live she is currently ‘free’ of cancer.
HS2 campaigners have now spent more than three months living in a protest camp at Cubbington Wood.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made their first visit to Bradford.
From Brexit to "bunging a bob for a Big Ben bong" – here's what you need to know from Boris Johnson's interview.
The health secretary says connecting flights within the UK are 'incredibly important'.
The early morning commute in Glasgow is disrupted by a cow on the line.
People scrambled to see if anyone was under the roof but no-one is believed to be injured.
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